Interview with Miami Marlins First Round Pick, Josh Naylor

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With the 12th overall pick in MLB First Year Player Draft, the Miami Marlins selected Josh Naylor out of Canada. Naylor, an 18-year-old power hitting first baseman was the highest picked player in MLB history to be drafted out of Canada. Naylor stands at 6 feet, 1 inch and he weighs 225 pounds. He throws lefty and also bats lefty. At age 15, Naylor made the Canadian Junior … [Read more...]

Rehab Update: Martin Prado

MIAMI, FL - APRIL 11:  Martin Prado #14 of the Miami Marlins looks on during a game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Marlins Park on April 11, 2015 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Martin Prado, 31, is currently the starting third baseman for the Miami Marlins, but a right shoulder sprain on June 14 against the Colorado Rockies at home, cost him playing time as he hit the Disabled List later that week. Ever since, he has been recovering from his right shoulder injury. On Tuesday, earlier this week, he was sent to Class High A Jupiter to begin his journey … [Read more...]

Was Jeb Bush trying to buy Marlins?

Owner Jeffrey Loria, in recent months, has rejected overtures from a half dozen people who expressed interest in buying the Marlins, including one of South Florida’s most famous residents: Former Florida governor Jeb Bush. According to a source, Bush made a “large offer” to buy the team this offseason, but Loria told him he’s not selling. A second source said Bush had put … [Read more...]

Yankees Sore Losers In Weekend Series With Marlins

Seems that the Marlins taking two from the Yankees is just a bit too much to bear. Joe Girardi and the Yankees officially filed a protest to dispute the outcome of the game on Sunday, FOX reports. Seems Fredi tricked himself with his moves: in the top of the 8th Chris Coghlan was slated to come out of LF for Alejandro De Aza, who batted for Reynel Pinto in a double switch. … [Read more...]

Citrus Series Proves Sour for Marlins

The Rays came to town and leftquite an impression - blowing out the Marlins in the first two games of the series and rallying back in the final game yesterday to nearly sweep their cross-state rivals. Things are getting tougher these days for the Fish who keep battling anyway. Yesterday's 5-4 win in the 11th inning of a Ross Gload slapshot to right field gave the Marlins … [Read more...]